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Remember the Date

Upcoming Events:

August 15- PTO Kindergarten Social- 10:00 to 12:00- on the Primary Playground

August 15, 16- 12:00 to 2:00- School Open for parents and students to find their classroom (Teachers will not be present)

August 28- Teachers First Day 

August 29 - First Day for 1st and 2nd graders

August 29-31 First Days for Kindergarten and PreK students (see Parent Letter for assigned day)

September 1-4 Labor Day Break- School Closed

September 11- Primary Open House for 1st and 2nd

September 13- Primary Open House Kindergarten


REMINDER:  Please remember to put the date and your child’s first and last name on notes that are sent in to school.  Thank you


Lunenburg Primary School News and Ledger Article

Community Happenings


Click the link below to see all the Community Events in Lunenburg

    School & Community Events


Please help support  the Cotoni Family if you can:

Brandon's Bracelets


PTO Information

Sports Information

Town Beach Information

Lunenburg Schools Community Sports Website page on https://sites.google.com/a/lunenburgschools.net/school-community-events/

Lunenburg Bengals Youth Football and Cheerleading Association

Looking for a new fall sport? Lunenburg Bengals Youth Football and Cheerleading is a wonderful program dedicated to teaching boys and girls the safe way to play football and to cheer. Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade students interested in participating in this community sport can register online at lunenburgbengals.com

Lunenburg Sports and Basketball Clinics during the month of July see link below:

C:\Users\jblaisdell\Desktop\Lunenburg Sports and Basketball flyer.pdf

All clip art on the primary school homepage is  Copyright by Scrappin Doodles.


















Primary School Spotlight

                      
       

Parent Teacher Advisory Council: State law mandates that each school have a school council composed of administration, teachers, and parents.  The council meets monthly to develop the school improvement plan, advise administration regarding the parent handbook, and have input to the school’s budget.  I’d personally like to thank Dawn Marie Ayles - School Committee Representative, John Eberly, Jared Perrine, Kristin Burns- Parents, and Community Representative: Julie Bertram, and the following teachers for serving on the School Advisory Council.  Ita Murphy- Preschool, Nancy Murray- Kindergarten, Christa Palma- Grade 1, and Vicky Barbier- Grade 2   

Mr. Eberly has resigned this year and there is an opening for a new parent on the committee for the 2017-2018 school year.  If you are interested in serving on the committee; please contact the Primary School office, send a letter of interest, or email the Principal at jblaisdell@lunenburgonline.com by August 25, 2017.  If necessary, elections for this position will be held during Open House. 




If you are new to the district and need to register your child, please contact the main office.


What Exactly is the Buddy Bench?

Click the link above to read an article of its purpose.


Calendar, School Lunch and School and Community Events

Parent Information About the Primary School

Important Information For Parents

Below are several links that will be helpful to parents throughout the year.  Just click on the title and you will be directed to the page requested.

Lunenburg Primary School Handbook

RevTrak Link 

How to access EveryDay Math Student/Parent Resources 

Kindergarten Orientation Power Point

Lunenburg Primary School- School Improvement Plan

School Report Card

We are pleased to enclose an overview of our school’s “report card”. Report cards answer important questions about a school's overall performance and contain specific information about student enrollment and teacher qualifications, student achievement, accountability, how a school is performing relative to other schools in the district and the state, and the progress made toward narrowing proficiency gaps for different groups of students.